D-Day June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II by Stephen E. Ambrose

Over 1,400 Interviews The late Stephen E. Ambrose used over 1,400 interviews for his history of the D-Day invasion. This “oral history” approach brings the reader into the heart of the battle through eye-witness testimony. The tales of the front line infantryman sweeps the reader up into their personal histories. Individual and Small Unit Stories… Continue reading D-Day June 6, 1944: The Climactic Battle of World War II by Stephen E. Ambrose

General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin

General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin. Be there no doubt, the author is a fan of General Albert C. Wedemeyer. The book is a statement of admiration for the general. This is not bad. I am very knowledgeable in military history as a historian by education and… Continue reading General Albert C. Wedemeyer: America’s Unsung Strategist in World War II by John McLaughlin